We all kind of want and don't want a piece of this action, but there is no NNW movement today. In fact, the change in the official position from the 11am advisory and the 2pm advisory is a slope of 3/12 (1/4) which puts it halfway between WNW and due West - that is for every tenth of a degree it's moved north, it's moved 4 tenths of a degree west. The only reason it looks like a NNW motion is because some of the convection is riding on in from the E and NE potion of the system. A recon is supposed to be there within the hour, so it will be interesting to see if they plot it differently than the NHC has.
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